The $399 iPhone, SmileDirectClub’s California problem, and Goldman’s WeWork worry

The $399 iPhone, SmileDirectClub’s California problem, and Goldman’s WeWork worry

Snacks Daily - October 15, 2019 - 15:34

SmileDirectClub has become the worst performing IPO of 2019, but fell another 13% Monday after a new California law was signed by California’s governor. The 3rd quarter earnings season kicks off this week with big banks, but we’re looking at Goldman’s venture investments like WeWork and Uber. And an analyst’s deep dive into Apple’s Asian supply chain reveals it could be coming out with a cheaper model because, you know, services.

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